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September, 2011 | 365 Stories In a Year (and a whole lot more) - Part 2
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Welcome to my story blog. I will post one new story here every day. You are welcome to comment on any or all of them. Enjoy!
                   --Lee Pound

Four Things You can do Right Now to Start Your Book

Four questions to get you started […]

Five reasons to create an ebook

Everyone expects that they can buy your book as an ebook. Make sure they […]

Five Ways to Create Emotional Involvement In Your Writing

How to create emotional involvement with our […]

Five Ways to Improve Education in the United States

Five ways to improve […]

Three Kinds of People

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There are three kinds of people on this earth.

Those who think they know it all but really know nothing.

Those who know a lot but think they know nothing.

Those who know just enough to be dangerous.

Did You Hear What I Think I Said to You?

Writers can easily write in ways that turn off many readers who might otherwise buy their […]

A Little Criticism Can Only Make us Better, If...

We sometimes react very badly to criticism. At the same time it is very important to listen and grow when you get criticized rather than get […]

Five Ways to Make Your Reader Shut Your Book

Here are five great ways to get your reader to stop reading immediately. Make sure you aren’t doing […]

Castle's Back!

The television series Castle will be back on the air next week and we’ll all be watching. […]

Music, Poetry, and Good Writing

Music and poetry are important aspects of good writing. Writing with a rhythmic quality is more easily read than disjointed […]